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Video: 2013 Triumph Street Triple R first ride

The current Triumph Street Triple, the British firm’s best selling machine in the past five years (they’ve sold 50,000), weighs just 189kg, full of fuel and ready-to-go, which is bugger-all. This new version, available in dealers in the middle of November is lighter still. Weighing a piffling 183kg it’s going to strike fear into its main rival: the 211kg Suzuki GSR750,...

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Rich748

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Rich748 says:

Noise?

 Hey Neevsy... does the bike in the on board part of the video from 20 seconds onwards have a standard can or the spangley arrow one? It sounds awesome!

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Neevesy

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Neevesy says:

Nope, the pipe was standard on my bike. Sounds good, eh?

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Rich748

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Rich748 says:

Sounds fantastic.... could be my next bike I reckon!

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jekyllandhyde

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yummy!

Every time I see this, it makes me consider going back to street, despite my great passion for the Speed. I always wonder if a Street is not the better option, especially for when you want to use it for something other than thundering round the mountains...

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Momo1970

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Momo1970 says:

Tuono v4 vs ST

If money is not an option will you prefer the ST over the V4 Tuono? Over the US the price diff is 3000 USD. The Tuono comes with APRC to save you from yourself pinning 160 hp....the ST is lighter, and got just enough HP to keep things fast enough. What you guys think?

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Diablere

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Diablere says:

go for the bike

that doesn't need traction control and costs less. its a no brainer!

 

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